There are so many photo editing programs available for the iPod, iPhone and iPad that it’s increasingly rare to find something unique; but AntiCrop is just that. It’s a program that allows you to expand your photos past the original size.
Using the program is simple. Select a photo and then drag the border out to where you’d like it. The program then fills in whatever would be missing from the background, expanding your photo to the size you’d like. AntiCrop also allows you to rotate your pictures to suit your needs and it fills in the background on those as well. It’s actually a pretty impressive setup – check out the video to see a demonstration.
The concept seems pretty similar to Photoshop’s Content Aware Fill, but bringing it to the iPhone is definitely an impressive move. It’s also priced nice and low – just $0.99 when it comes out on January 17th.